[amsat-dc] Space Day announcement by Smithsonian Air and Space Museum

Perry Klein pk at washcable.tv
Fri Apr 27 11:21:21 PDT 2007


Here is an announcement of Space Day, Saturday, May 5 at the Smithsonian
National
Air and Space Museum at the National Mall building, from their web site.
 
AMSAT will be exhibiting in the Milestones of Flight Gallery under
SpaceShipOne,
near the moon rock.
 
Everyone is invited to stop by the AMSAT demonstration.  It's on a Saturday
this year and at the National Mall Air and Space Museum location.
 
73,
Perry, W3PK
====================================================
 
http://www.nasm.si.edu/events/eventDetail.cfm?eventID=633  
 
Family Day

Space Day 2007
Saturday, May 05
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Throughout the National Mall building 
Admission: Free
	
 	 Celebrate Space Day 2007 at the National Air and Space Museum on
the National Mall!	
	 	
 	 
Space Day 2007 will be another action-packed day of astronaut appearances,
hands-on activities, book signings, tours, and special stories for children,
all surrounded by the world's most famous space artifacts.

Especially exciting will be a sneak peek at the much-anticipated successor
to the space shuttle, the Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle. This Lockheed
Martin-designed spacecraft of the future will be on view in the shadow of
one of the most historic spacecraft of the past - the Apollo 11 command
module, Columbia.

Have a blast learning how you can build your own model rocket with the
Northern Virginia Association of Rocketry. The group will bring their own
home-built rockets for you to see and lots of information on building a
flyable rocket.

Local robotics teams will show off their latest creations with a robot
petting zoo. The teams will demonstrate their expertise in building and
running robots for competition.

Participating organizations include Lockheed Martin, NASA, and AMSAT-Radio
Amateur Satellite Corporation.

 	  	
 	 Space Day 2007 at the National Air and Space Museum is made
possible by the generous support of Lockheed Martin.	
 	  	
 	 	





More information about the AMSAT-DC mailing list